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Get The Attention You Deserve

Last week we were in the studio shooting the first in a series of three in-house video productions for a new medical website. There were 18 scripts, each explaining the various features of the client’s medical services. Once we shoot the next two actors, we’ll be keying out the background and compositing the actors right into the website. As the web user clicks around to the various pages, they’ll see high definition video of doctors and patients talking about the company’s background and the great services they provide to their customers.

But that’s not all the site will have… With the help of our talented copywriters and search marketing researchers, we’ll make sure it has highly-optimized, keyword-rich content with a sleek, professional look. Every one of our websites has the perfect balance of design, business marketing and search engine optimization requirements so your website gets the attention it deserves!

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Entry by: matt

Virtual Learning Environment - A new way to learn.

Sometimes virtual can mean unreal. In the context of a learning experience, virtual should mean more real and true-to-life than other learning experiences.

What could be less real than a text based description of a medical procedure or an industrial process? What could be less engaging than a classroom instructional session? What could be less memorable than line drawing illustrations and captioned still images.

Performing a medical procedure in a virtual OR, simulating a cardiac point tagging procedure in a virtual ep lab or performing an aortic valve replacement on a virtual heart, can be an adrenalin producing, heart pumping, virtual experience like nothing else, short of the real thing.

Perhaps the definition of  virtual as being something unreal is less accurate than defining virtual as actually being closer to reality.

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Entry by: david

Virtual Learning Environments Made Easy

Learning is never an easy task and being forced to learn is even more onerous. The question DDA and DDA Medical asks itself day in and day out is how do people learn best. The answer of course is they learn best the way they learn best.

No two individuals are alike, neither are there learning styles, preferences or abilities. Perhaps that is exactly why, school systems, around the world generally do such a poor job of sharing knowledge and stimulating the thirst to learn. Wanting to learn is as important as the curriculum, the teacher, the school room or the media utilized.

Wanting to learn is predicated on it being fun, easy, engaging - kind of an organic experience. Nothing contrived, nothing artificial, nothing forced. When you think about it, living, laughing, loving, sharing, dancing and a hundred other ings are organic experiences that no one teaches you…you just do.

DDA and DDA Medical’s capabilities in conceptualizing, designing, developing, and deploying organic elearning, virtual learning environments, virtual medical and non-medical simulation experiences goes well beyond the norm. We believe that it is virtually impossible to find a training or learning or teaching task we cannot enhance, maximize and successfully deploy in ways that every learner will feel comfortable with.

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Entry by: david

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